This Week’s Extras

Imperial princesses in ivory silk covered hats on Thursday to attend the Autumn Equinox Festival at the Three Palace Sanctuaries.

On September 17, Queen Margrethe visited the Army Officers’ School at Frederiksberg Castle to unveil two new art projects aimed at supporting the dissemination of officers in the Army. She repeated her navy felt hat with rounded crown, gently raised kettle brim and wide silk hatband with tied bow at the side.

The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:

Wonderful leather designs by Australian milliner Tracy Mackinnon
Headpiece of three outstanding flower poufs by Australian milliner Lauren J. Ritchie
Stunning mocha straw fedora by British milliner Louise Pocock
Statement peach straw top hat with feather flowers by Dutch milliner Josemieke Crebolder
Bandeau headpiece of hand rolled red organza ruffles by British milliner Rachel Trevor Morgan
Simply exquisite pink feather headpiece by Australian milliner Belinda Osbourne
Fuchsia button with deep orange silk tulip trim by British milliner Anne Tomlin
Black percher with crin brim and fantastic feather flowers by Australian milliner Rebecca Share
Scarlet sinamay saucer with burnt feathers by London-based milliner Merve Bayindir
Adore the colourful trim on this bandeau headpiece by Irish milliner Laura Hanlon
Love the asymmetrical brim on this sinamay design with navy bow by British milliner Stephen Jones
Silver sinamay button with mixed satin & sinamay twists by British brand Lomax and Skinner
Wonderful lines and texture on this sage fine straw fedora by Australian milliner Jill Humphries

Wonderful photo of the Luxembourg extended royal family taken before a concert on what would have been the late Grand Duke Jean’s 100th birthday

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This Week’s Extras

Princess Beatrice in a lovely green knotted velvet bandeau headpiece (it’s the “Rachel Knotted Velvet Headband by Jennifer Behr) for a charity event

King Willem-Alexander opened the National Holocast Names monument in Amsterdam today
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The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Elegant ivory abaca straw cloth and folded vintage ribbon pillbox by Australian milliner Louise Macdonald
Sky blue bubble pillbox-turban covered in rosettes by British milliner Edwina Ibbotsen
Love the texture and pattern on this ivory crocheted bucket hat from British handmade accessory shop 2308store
Pearl trimmed stunner by Australian milliner Rebecca Share
Vibrant red and magenta felt hat with flexible shape by Dutch milliner Miriam Nuver
Adore all the texture on the braided flower trim on this bandeau by Australian brand Belle Folie Lifestyle
The prettiest pale aqua sinamay saucer with trailing bow by British milliner Sarah Cant

Vibrant green, blue and magenta boater with “splash” cutouts by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Natural straw Breton with leather flowers by Australian milliner Michelle Robinson
Fabulous red bonnet with shirred brim by Finish millinery brand Brevatar Hats
Black straw bandeau with feather studded veil and green bow by Australian brand Sassy Hats
Adore the gum flowers on this grey felt fedora with braided hatband by Australian milliner Lisette MarginIi
Black beaded vintage net halo headpiece
by Dutch milliner Joke Velema
Whimsical scarlet buntal button with rolled brim and veil by Australian milliner Lisa Hughes
Ice blue sinamay brimmed hat with sienna twists by British milliner Vesna Pesic
Fantastical take on a top hat in green sinamay with trimmed feathers by British milliner Nara Taylor

 

Handsome portrait of Prince Daniel released for his 48th birthday and a lovely shot of the Norwegian and Swedish heirs and their families on vacation together.

Princess Delphine designed the Pink Ribbon for this year’s Belgian campaign

Lovely new portrait of the Countess of Wessex

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This Week’s Extras

On Monday, Queen Margrethe repeated her orange straw hat with navy hatband to award the Rungstedlund Prize at the Karen Blixen Museum in North Zealand.
On Wednesday during the second day of the German state visit to Sweden, Crown Princess Victoria repeated her forest green folded ribbon flower headpiece by Orjan Jakobsson at a luncheon at the Golden Hall of Stockholm City Hall. In the evening, she wore a peach silk orchid headpiece for a dinner at the Royal Academy of Music.
Also on Wednesday, Princess Benedikte opened a care center swimming pool in her brown straw hat, changed to include a turquoise hatband and large flower. 
On Friday, Princess Beatrix unveiled the window Peace and Reconciliation in the Laurens Church  in Rotterdam in a dark green bumper hat

On Friday, India Hicks was married to partner of 25 years, David Flint Wood. The Bride wore an Emilia Wickstead dress and her mother, Lady Pamela Hicks,  wore a Fiona Clare couture dress and a wide brimmed navy hat.

The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Striking black lace headpiece by American milliner Jamie Cantwell
Such wonderful sinmay curls on this linen and lace headpiece by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Grey felt button with beautiful leather flowers by British milliner Louise Pocock
Wonderful shapes on this pair of hats in royal blue felt by Italian milliner Monica Gamberale
Amazingly unexpected pink and purple sinamay headpiece by Australian milliner Jen Marsh
Ivory sinamay button with buntal knotted swirl hand woven with rainbow raffia by British milliner Georgina Blyth
A most unexpected, unconventional and creative design by British milliner Nara Taylor
Deep teal luxe fur felt hugger with gorgeous feathers by British milliner Michelle Boyt
Ecru mulberry silk knitted hat with ruffled brim by Danish hatmaker Marianne Schmidt Thorsviv
Beige leather teardrop beret with elegant cream orchids by British milliner Inna Walker
Another masterful design by Australian milliner Jill Humphries. The serpent knot is so beautiful.

How time flies. Prince Hisahito celebrated his 15th birthday last Monday!

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This Week’s Extras

Queen Margrethe concluded the Danish summer cruise in Fanø Municipality on Wednesday in her jaunty navy and cream hat with slightly flared brim and straight-sided, flat crown by Mathilde Førster.
Back on August 24, 2021 Princess Benedict took part in the Frontier Union folk festival held at Ejer Bavnehøj, where a tower was erected to commemorate the reunification of Denmark and South Jutland in 1920. She wore a vibrant red (or deep pink?) straw hat with orange straw underbrim and wide hatband for this event.
The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Spectacular “Bluebird” and 1950s-esque blue feather design by Australian milliner Jill Humphries
Lovely watermelon pink straw beret percher with silk ruffles by Australian milliner Rachel Henry
Wonderful felt leaf trim on this green capulet by German milliner Antia Heitzler
Pale tan straw bandeau with spray of delicate multicoloured feathers by British milliner Siana Yewdall
Navy straw hybrid fedora-top hat with cream striped hatband by British milliner Yuan LI
Enchanting lilac parasisal brimmed hat with allium flower & crin twisted hatband by Australian milliner Sophie Allport
Striking black lace trim on this ivory button with curled quills by Australian milliner Brett Morley
Love the leather hatband and brim binding on this vibrant green design by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Wonderful jeweled butterflies on this midnight blue felt trilby by American millinery brand Kokin New York
Exquisite pink silk pillbox covered in dew drops by French milliner Sandrine Bourg
Gorgeous pleated brim shape on this black felt cloche by German millinery brand Malinè
Such a unique scalloped straw headpiece with crin birdcage brim by Russian milliner Lia Gureeva

 

Sweet new photos of wee Maria-Alexandra of Romania

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This Week’s Extras

Infanta Elena in a casual woven fedora at an event in support of Spanish paralympic athletes in Madrid
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Prince Tsola Emiko was crowned the 21st king of the Olu of Warri kingdom in Nigeria’s delta region on August 21
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The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
From Australian milliner Jill Humphries, a lilac parasisal beret percher with stunning statement bow &
statement making ivory straw pyramid saucer with black dots, crin brim edging and chin sweep
Beautifully draped mustard silk abaca headpiece by British brand Oscar & Willow Millinery
Fuchsia, cream and turquoise patterned buntal straw tam by Australian milliner Louise Macdonald
Black felt fedora with multicoloured pompom brim by China-based Russian milliner Natasha Iashina
Exquisite autumnal hued feather trim on this natural straw veiled half hat by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Charming ivory saucer with vibrant brim binding, feathers & floral trim by French milliner Béatrice de Beauvoir
Visor with beautiful scene in layered tulle and back bow by Australian milliner Belinda Osborne
The loveliest magenta straw beret with green quill and handmade silk flowers by British milliner Clare Brown
Stunning feather flower on this lace timmed pillbox percher by Ghanan milliner Velma Owusu-Bempah
Russian milliner Anna Andrienko proves that ivory and beige are far from boring with this angular design
Navy wide brimmed sinamay hat with amazing oversize silver leaf trim by British brand Rebecca Couture millinery
Statement feather headpiece in black, ivory and pale turquoise by Irish milliner Deb Fanning
Charming sinamay floral face-framing headpiece by British milliner Vanessa Brett
Camel alpaca wool fedora with patterned hatband by American brand Andeana Hats
Beautiful blue & ivory freeform sinamay hats by British milliner Lucy Bowler and Australian milliner Tracy Mackinnon
Is it me or are tams popping up all over the place?! This handwoven red stunner is by Australian milliner Christine Waring

And from the Luxembourg ducal family, all gathered together for the first time since the start of the pandemic

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